The Kiwi for Gmail Blog
Have you ever had trouble finding things in your inbox? While Gmail has powerful search capabilities, searching through thousands of past emails to find what you need can be time consuming and overwhelming.
One of the difficulties with Gmail’s search functionality is that not only do you need to need to know it exists, but you must also be able to both articulate what you’re looking for and know how to translate that into the right syntax/language. Not everyone can (or wants to) do that.
With the sudden shift to remote working that has taken place over the past few weeks, we’ve seen more and more people start using Kiwi as a way to become more productive while working from home and facilitate better collaboration among distributed teams.
Although many of us have been able to transition to working remotely, some aren’t that lucky. Countless businesses have been forced to close their doors resulting in millions of workers losing their jobs and their livelihoods. The restaurant industry has been particularly hard hit by the COVID-19 outbreak.
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, companies both large and small are restricting travel and asking employees to work remotely to help prevent the virus from spreading. While telecommuting has been growing and gaining acceptance with employers over the past decade, this sudden shift to remote work presents near-term challenges for both employers and workers.
More and more workers are using high resolution monitors and have embraced multiple screens. But not everyone is getting the most out of their expanded screens or multi-screen set ups. The key to really being productive on multiple monitors is using the space wisely.
You wouldn’t wear both a belt and suspenders. So Why are you still using Dropbox when you have Google Drive?
Have you or your company recently changed from Dropbox to Google Drive? We've found that some longtime Dropbox users resist the change because they miss the familiar features and find Drive challenging to work with. This can result extra costs due to having to pay for redundant software licenses for multiple storage solutions.
If you’ve used Outlook, you may miss viewing messages and their replies as individual entries in your Inbox. Gmail groups emails together in conversations with the newest email on the bottom. A conversation breaks off into a new conversation if the subject line changes or the conversation gets to more than 100 emails.
The intent is to help give each new email context by grouping it with what should be related messages, Many people love conversations. But many others do not.